Reflections on identity
Fragmentary pairs pretty perfectly with this assam - thank you as ever for these morsels. And thanks for sharing a peek at mom
Loved this issue, on the ways the narrative overlaid your life. (And I can't wait to watch The Pigeon Tunnel)
Thanks for sharing this. It's often hard to break out of thinking of people that are in some way in the public view in the abstract. I always appreciate when we get a sense of them as a person and not "public figure". Most of the time it provides an opening for a much needed sense of compassion in a world where fast opinions are too easy.
I've corrected your Wikipedia entry accordingly. I'm hoping for a similar corrective missive about how dancing in a Russian nightclub with glamorous gangster molls during one of your father's research trips isn't true in the slightest.